Courier, November 27, 1809

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November 27, 1809

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Courier (Newspaper) - November 27, 1809, London, Middlesex (^NDJfJBJtEE MASQUERADE far tlie Bfoefit of ?AiSON�(lS conriiied farSimll Debts, Ma, Oxfoni-slriei, will take ulapejiereou WsDNfS- I ' it^tXi 15s. �ach. RiffKshTiicnIs and^pput.itfistch Ticket, and Uo^H'>B^'''^ eaKy as. k^,Badado^S!>cdt� Bis^^aTd Dahlgren, Ksq. S>-cn-t�ry ta ^MaA*Aft\ti.iVjto^tii�%il tlie Tlifntre in the City of fkiladei^ia-i ertotk'P. care of Mentrs. TAYliER and yEWTuIir, 5, warwick-^square, Londoni nf whom further Wnticilarsma^y b*'-'iaii1iy personal a|tplicalioa(ns above), ^ftYlet|m.(p��tj�td>,' -:- MB ORIGINAL WAVcy COf FKH-HOUSL", NEW CASTLK-STBEfiT, 8TRANU. K^LiZABETH MAUJUCE, Widojrof the late j!i 6IIfFflTJl MAURICE, Proprietor of the above wmiilai', much ^reqaeal�d, and long established boase, bos ^ni^e'>''sines$^!iiuca-th� death of her l.ite husband. The{tvaland e^teiutv^ patronage which she bas^rereived ilUbat hitervat, front berminteroiis Friends and the Public, kasietcrariiird her to; cidWiwie it. niid encni^raeed her to ^dK-pew^aiid exIranMiaary exertions for public favour. }WiHtp�pn)e,eve^ poatble impruweinent is malcinj; in ,4e iptftniil man^^einent and accoibuiadaliaus of tbe hnuse; 'and na'expeiicc,nor pms, will^ BJNtred to reiiSer it plea-iBii^ and advaflta|;ean> (0 tho>e" who ffrqa^t it, whether M^Te, or iapaitirs, as carnal visitors, or-as ijtmat-s. " toeSloctofWIn^islarxe', and of the best quality^ The FMiites are e)Cteiist�e,ana bnides the other snpeHurareoniS WMlatwnSt contain-� Diningrivdni, peculiarly adapted In bigc Diimer Parties., liie whole is under the iminediate lyridttadaoce and Hwiiitgement of MTM.^tauricc. _ �0A5.D ana TUITION.-TO PARENTS and J>GUAaI>lA})�S:;Mi>.'-fe'w-ya^'Bdes. -Tk'e'Establisbiueni \i conducted >ffFhree. Laifijifg (Sisfipnr};^ of^rcspertabi* connrctiiios and jBeralticffiiiieiiieiits���iia devote themselves wholly to the �coiii{ili^ritei;t'iuid dmesticcumforto Pnpils, and 'Wsrfr:^roa{!in!('b|>.-K^Aai Faiiilies of distinction, ts ivtoviefereuce insy.be in!(dc, -The course �f Instruction is liqpint ^nd solid ;- flie doinestic arrangements, those of . gen-tK\ pnvate-Faibity ("tnta tu tbe L^'iltcirft Kemsrl'ves are capa-Ufrof.g'vibg rasiructiAn rn^be diOereut hmiicbes of Science, t greaterprogreesBiay.Aie.etiieeted from tiieir-uaite4 abiii-0n,^th those of fbe erst'Masters. 1N>(rrei�ettJhoi�b^^'7erms-rtfr6a�r^iim1 Taifla0,are fithu6uin^*^][�arjUIV�^�)(e of tnjelve, and-one biin-. irti after: "Th)eHCwr.�tpj^rav^ 17^ LttllejWndiniU-stceef, Golden-Mjuare, in FBenica*? also Old^ort,from.wood, at i2s. Old Sherry, jA.delicstelxpaie:Oini 48s. Indca Madeira, 63s. Mart,, 9&.�ilb-^l�4lter^ rrei7�laiid Foreign Wibes equally rwi-mibie; In qnantities'riif i(he Uiizen Olid auwatdo. Uott Cognise Brattdj;.aiHlllolfosid5.2b. per ^:i>m;> Old Janiaira �Wsl8s. Uraiige Shrnb, 16s.-� Botilcs to be reiurued to OePsiiift-, or {>iudfifr8t'�;iiei-dozen. ~-.JmB. :A.4j*gepairper,pf pMuliiirlyfinirOli^ Wjnes, K nrinidjunliaic^ Hi>tUinc^.iady bs tasted, "price one hun- COBST^TUTElFor^PEAtia W Vig.�^e,'4�>p^�f'Sackvilfe-,at�ey ap- bitfe^Jte privili-ge of lulling infl&tHrJen. " K.'B. Gtu^s lire Wan&d in the neijrthmjrhood.-This AKy^rtrsemeut wilt be contiotied once a VVeek in this Paper nntilthe Vacnncy is supplied.___ WINDSOR FOREST.-To be LET, a Gen. teel IIOUSK, with Couch-hou^e andStabKng for ix.llorKes, ftartlen. Pleasure Gt.tand, &e. t->getber with aboTii IiO iFres of good mettd^w ami .irable Land, with t.utt-able buildiii^i, tileasanily kituated near the Cliorch at Wink-fiehl, in the County of Bcot lieatti, and live niilcijind'a h.iif froni WinU-nr. itnd thirteen from Rruiliiig. Further parlic�l.-irs may lie known arid the pfe-Riixs viewed by appliralion to Mr. D.iniol Sjiith, Auctioneer, Wi�dsoi; and S*, ^, New Broad-street, Royal ^x-c hsuigc, London. GUNS~PiSTOL';, AND PAINTINGS.-To be Sold JFnr about half the Gr�l Cost, several Capital Double and Single Guns, excellent Air Guns, Cases uf I'is-lols, Holster Pistnl^s, of Atusket and Carbine bore nlth swivel Iron rods, &c. and Purkct Pistols of every soft from 1 to 7 barrel! each j the whole are by the beil London ajakrrs, viz. the ftlanlons, >Vogdon, Rock, Kg;, &c. and are warranted. A trial is all prociselj at Ikree o'cluc|^/in the aft'rniMn; � CiitalogitP"!, ronlaininj; llie-partlrojars of tach Lot, will be publisitotl hefVire the Sale;-'I'be Stock majbe vitwed-t jeaistrfd),.superior!affl(ii;iiM�re.:ivh�les(9ae to many* . of m� iiher^^ tisEnT.i^l^waJfii,' taoiilnalnj "6nitava, rind .tu-�c^!^:.QteAIzeaan4on�n;tri8K oir^milwaio.tbe (("^tttrir^^^^^"*"^^^*^"^'"* ''"^ "ate, tv'ill, _,^.^�teHteStiiWf Ate;^ Cj'dIMti�eiidfe-i>r Selifeciit, Chtnth Preferment, or othef efficient. JPropmy,' rtay be ae-�^foaqp>(terAwitk.U�iwjr t0.,a!iy ainskiit, 6a tenat cearly �^*l-tb'm*rtjig^ . ^  -^.i exid, adaii(aKd.'toMirdb. Cox, and Ca.:Ardnr'Ag^ts, iyy^^kf'ltyrt. Cbatity^^ attended to. , f^'-- '"^ TO /CHfi PUUWC. * """^"^ vtu^udW leave aio^'t r^pfptfally to return U t^it^hmiki^toMie -Pablic, for. the linexampled patro-a^and support tfiej-experieneed'a* i^lractors for the |*^ttery, aodAt the same time to espnns l!he.gratiiication 'Iiiilia�iilgbi(i^ii6apitrof laying before tbe pub-m'tKhteiyfloilieliiDplrotred p wti7ch. ha* at ' tlwV^ciia IntentiMs dT&e Cbancellor of >ii$p;iaventinrOielfeTil.oS iBsnrance. andireV -j_^^.--^._n^i�a ^C(he JPaWfc, aa aSbrdibg a-superior ;^Bertat|i^ifefiiiKf.:-:The^itseiii Lotlerv B *laK ttt-'ibis iMt, aiid 'irni,'im doabt^^ie equally-bp-?*!�*�il�filWP�>atioq�f� ..W^W�4�f V.ii:�;iE20,00 1'*),'.......of..-...... iSStlO . each ^.v L=^., ,-------------- whatever w-JsmwBagai.o$,thelViimber.-.- . -**g�^^^WRre8pl'ctrul1v Hcqnaiut their frirnds^and': tbe public, that the Ticketsairrf'Sharesof ihe |.rvy ' arc on Sale at. iheir OiGces; and tlic) parliculnrlj['''beg to otereve, tliat the Scheme cmiinios Forty Cap'tal.Prizes, and is,ou1be s-ime most excellent plan as the last Lottery, which eaiTii.sncn siwverSal iatbfitcti��,-.iia'me{y-j-5,fli)U Sxea^tKtSft&iA 500,OUU/. in Prizes. , . ;. . To be" Dr.nwn in One l).iy, Illh Feb. 1810.' f^Wy BI^il7^wh(r/old iirSJiarcs TUie fo]iowjng~Ca-JL  pilal Prizes in the la�t Lottery, ' " 2,618.....:..-A.... ^0,000 2.618......-. ilV..; .iCSO.OOO' 4,1199..:.....iJ...... 6.00U aaa.......ro..,, j,o)o 8*)........A...... y�30.......-.li...... 1,000' 518........D...... 500 4,fi.i3........C...... 500- wishes the PuJilic .>v'.-j0 hold any of theV bOTTBR\\ vihich is ohUie siiije ulnnas the Inst; only .with air Improved Scbcniic,-ciirfl'S, No. 4. C^mhill, or 9, Charing Cross, Where the Two last Pri^es'of aO.OO.;?. nnd the last Prize of -55,000/, were Sold in Sbare,�.  tjlCIIARTWON, GOODLUCK; and Co. joint Gonlractors-for the late State Lottery, retuhi tUeir'mirst grateful acknowledgments to the . Public, for tb^,-hl�h en-, cuui^gemcnl they g.ve to the new pl.in, fiir drawing the Lot-terynn Olie Day, and to assure them, {hat-it hitktuHy'nn>' swcred the fcxpectat'oia j>f Governmeni, by dolngaw^y tbei evAsiattendapt'oi^ Lotteries'i that have been sp .i^iich .complained ?Jf. They bee leave to recommend the-Dew Stixte U>tti-ry, which u on the same p^incip'e, liiia iyill be dra�v-n jn One' i)ay, Uth Fehiuai>5 next. . at Iheir Lucky OfRces,  No. STj'Comhai, JNo." II, Holhonii No. 38, Hayninrk*t,.and No"...?(jl>, Strandj where they had.the unnrecedentedgnnd .ToAunctodistribnte to the Public, in the last Three Lotteries ^lone, the following Capit.-il Prizes, iii Shares, namely ; No. 2,K18...........e.W.VCOl No. 1-.338........,�.20,080 9.123______.-......i�WMO 12.767..........10,000 18,977............20a�D 4,390......5,000 ' 12,515.^.......... 20,000 15,197........... 5,030 3,256............ 20,000 18,318.......... 8,000 With tbe Grand Capital Prize of 1,000 Tickets, No, 3,618, wbicb 4liV'idedalb ' � � Prjf^ paid on demand. _� BALSAMO DI ROSA.^For Gpaglis/ Colds, &c.-The Bah^am of Rpses, in tSe most disir��ii^ ' .Coughs; in everv sviiipldro of catarrh or retfeni cotd,thi8�s of the chest, b j acbj fever, &c. T1itsafee�en for. infants, and 4o efficaeioHB that it if.-Senate',-and sold nl hi- lii.iise, 47", Southaaiptim )-ow; UldoiBiborji,4iidat|heaiedicJB(; sUoT^,prict !M.-iigiici^ CSenale, j POfSSTMOgTU HARBOUR-6k tmeOUy iiexi ^01 be ^-^'" �pflbl'iihetf, prite & tfd. TER to the INHABITANTS cf COS- XlLPORT. By GEORGE MOSS ,IUKJiS,' Esq. . . rOihl^Mibject rflhe Suit iiovr pendingin.fhe Court of P.^ chequer, b.:iweetilhe.Crowiiaiul (hepro(iriiaeis of tbe Mud and Biiildings on tbe Gtisport Shore of PurtsmoBtb Uarb'uiir. ' Printed/or Win. Johnson, Gasport,and said by tbe Book-sellers in Town and CounUy. This il.iv S.S puTjIlshed, prH:c lu;:. "JVIETEOROLOGICAL and MISCELLA. If J. NEOUS TRACTS, ap|>'lirable to Navig:�ion, Gar-dejiiiqr and Farming, with Cateadar> of Flora for Greece, Prance, Englaud.andSwedeii. By Colonel JAMES CAPPER. Printed aiid sold'by J. O. Bird, Cardifl"; and in London by Mr. Egerton, Military Library, Whitehall ; Crosby aad Co. Stationerv-court, and also the principal bouluellers in the United Jiingdom. . " - This dav ts~|^ AN ACCOLrNf 6f the BRA2ILS; comprising .a Narr.iiiveof the most remarkable Ev.-iits that have occurrea iheris biamatk�;Mi.ttir nature of its Soil, �|Tn)ate,'Piubli-ned, in 2 voU. Sv^o, urico t8-� bonrds'. ME-MOIRS of the LIFE aad WRITINGS . of A'lCTOk ALFIERI, (the cereUrated Italian Dramiiiis) written by bimst^l^ .ind iiiter.-tra t're'munt.-r'V in Gi I... .With voice, rattles, bugles-, bell*, an.l cat-calls. The town indigiiant shake their new-biilt walls. L9i:doD :' Piruilcd for .Verni>r, {food, and Sharpe, Poultry ; Taylor and lleuey. Fleet-street; Sharpe and flailes, Piccadilly; imdj. Booker, Hond-streel. DR. RIvES'S NEW. Ck ULOP.Etn^. .This d.iy w.'is pulili>iied, in 4to. i>fice boards. Part XXVI. of the NEW CYCLOPJiDiA, or U.VIVERSAL DICTIONARY of ARTS. SCI KNGI.S .vid LITE-R.ATURE. Formed upona irt'�re eiitar�ed pla:! of arritnge-inent .than the l.)ictioa;iry of Mr, ChauiJier^, cooipriheadiog the various articles uf that Work, with .^ddilio.is and im-profemenis, tog.:th-.t Witn the iiirW tahjecis uf Biography,' Geography,and Uisbirflk; and adapt d tir tbe pre e�]( state of LitCTaitKe��flel;�!^v - By ABRAHAM-REKS,;lilS^^|ram*ag;^^ F.diKiruf the last Kdition of Mr. Chamber *s Oidionary, with the assistance of eminetrt Hrofessioi:al (ientlemen. ' Pflmedfor L��u;nwin. Hurst, Ri'e^l)ury, J. Harding', Brodie alM Co. Sai!�&>iry ; and W iUon ami Sim, York. �� A few copi, The Monks and the Robbers, a T&le, in two vols. 12mo. prie^ 8>. hoanl?._ "' -  _ _ TlfHES. r. ~^ This day were pabtishrd, in one^ol. royal Svo. price 15j. � ill boards, mnE PRINCIPLES and.LAW of TITHING, VrcTUALLING-OKFICE.' Nov.l4'lS09- THE Commissioners for J^iduaUzng Hvt Ma-je.ttt/'i Nayy do henOy give th-t�> a and-ure mM t^'be distisgnisbt'd fr�m uaturfT Natural Teeih placed from a siti^l'* to voiim.ilete set, with arlificia'or gold ^uiiis, on r a>ohable terms; Hasan rasy nii'i'ii>d of Itxiiig teeth firm, with r v08e.or getting n.�tcbed ; those w ho wear .vlificial teeth ongb.t never to be without it, as it keeps ^ them sweet niid cican.aad prevects their rhaiigiiig coloiw.-.\ trial wi i cynvince that the Cherry Lotion is far preferable lo Arqueb!t>ade or any other Lotion for the roouta, teetii or" gums. The Cherry Lotioi is partial Med'icine Venders. JL .intended not only for the Professors of fhe Law, but for ill Persons interested in Tithes ; aud illustrated by References lo ihi: m-it leading aad recent Tithe Cnses. ^ By 1. PI.OWDIJ*, Era. Barrister. London : PrinteiJ. for C. and ft. Baldwin, New Bridge-str�ci.  In this closely print, d val�nie the Author's object has been Winclude every thii^ which can beMugbt forbyrfhy ^ass of readers interested in Tithes. The practising Lawytr vri'l here fiiid concentrated what feiv-extenslvelibrariescould furniih enlirely-all th^ Afcts. of Parliament reintiag to the subject;' Ifte Foribsdf ihrec^ept Prhcesses and Precedents; anifa Collection of the (eadiog-Cases.. Those who are not of the Profes-ion will he�aabl�:dtp-fanD � competent idea of the pmbahilitjr or iuiprobability of succeeding in any snit in vf hich tl>gv might be inclined tcrengage.___ .TESUIT'S DROPS.-The Triie Original JE. f#; SUIT'S O&PPSq^now prepared hj Shaw and Edwards, 66, on the 7oot-wa;..St. PaaP* Church-yiirJ. Sac-cesson *o Joteph ;WesKli. , The JeniiU Drops bare bteif long knowo and esteemed a �nfe^ tibeap,- eflecioal,- ttod -often att Jnnnediate c4ire for Stranguary, Gleets, Weakness of jhe-lUdBevS, or Bl�lder; and when taken on the firsLattacjkj-vf.Venereal Intention, they will infallibly accomplisb .ihe-desired-.^KTcck Should fhe complaint be far advanced, it �U| be'necessary to take .Ibe-Spitcif e Remetly with the. JetaHs-OAps. -/jThe many.deprejItttioiB made oo the ptoperty of.the Pro- . prietorsi compejsUiem to give this caatlaa, that no one Bottle wiU Jicaeru out of their flo^s^ wjfdHNit Shdw aiid Ed-stairdi, Siicce*si�ri .h� -We^elb, 66,,St. Paol's Gbnroh-ynril,^ngraiwii" OB .thif sCiiilp;- -All ntben'wb-mi ah; -soM wlthoa.t.O'^.abJve Names ore Impoiitipas on the Pujjlic.- �8ol&lH5'*y Stfngof, 0�rora-iu*tt| Bttll, Dublin j Baxter �udfjUil>i^ Ed�n}*iS*�- , - - dicine is recommended t>y fevcr.-il rm-nent mrdical n'en, and . is in coottant use with many (irr-*niis of the b'plie^t rank a;id respectability. It relieVrs nna fh.irtens the domfion I'il^Frii of t!ie Goal, cnniinin? them t.t iheeziremilies.aod-m-tl^aling the paroxjsiiis; ii retn.^ve? those unpleasant syinptamsar'isb^g from weakness-of Ihe Stomach anil iluwlfl,al...o by .'^iuiwnnd lld-wan's; l>ic'I- .Ve�b.Ty j-'l3iiron'-aud Ci>. 150, Olford-srect; VaJe, 4fi, rorjln;!: Bll-m; and (fan-dal!. Royal Exchange, and oilM?fs ihniugboul the United Kingd.om, in b 'tiles ut IC^. 6d..4s. jA. and 2.'. 9fl. excb. - AGAR!) to the KE.Vf'ALH tKX.-Dr. FO. THERGlLL's justly CsLejjRATRo i-j.H.vi.E Pills for differentcodjplaiotslDcidel complaints, as.weitaa;.i]ire ' varioWL other spasmodii; affections so common lo the sex.- . Dr. FiMliergill s Pifls', asa famllvfl>editjhe,6h^t">Mbe JB.jios�-> soaion of every mother, and othar gMardian? of yoi wl].o-have femalei entrusted to their care. Sold wher:or Ha(^ ter tow } and retail by- Ttfti,- R�'yal Exchange; AiJta, Oxforrf-rtreiit; Clark, 269, B.orotigli;: wnd-- toios> -Cfiiia BookseHeia and Venders, in boxe&, at 9d. e^t;^. whoffiinay be had. Butter's Arom.-ilic Pectoral L^ for improvfag Jtlie -voice.aod for ^�tlgh�,.; jj?j(b, .^^ and"Coneampiions, in boles, at ISJd. each. ;

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